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DO-IT-YOURSELF WEB VIDEO WORKSHOP (Mumbai)

DO-IT-YOURSELF WEB VIDEO
Online videos are just among the best marketing tools available today and this workshop teaches you how to create your own, without having to hire an expensive production house. And have fun while you're at it!

Over four Sundays, the course will take you through planning, production, editing a video for the web and you will finish a video of your very own by the end of the course.

FIRST SUNDAY: Planning your video
- The Idea
- Research
- Location
- Talent scouting
- Music
- Creativity
- Scripting
- Crew
- Budget

SECOND SUNDAY: Shooting your video
- Equipment
- Composition
- Angles
- Magnification
- Focus and depth of field
- White balance
- Camera movements
- Interviewing skills
- Broll
- Sound
- Lighting

THIRD SUNDAY: Editing your video
- Software
- Formats and conversion
- Logging, transcribing, paper edit
- Importing
- Voice over
- Music
- Still photos
- Text titles
- Filter effects and transitions
- Editing
- Exporting
- Uploading and distribution

FOURTH SUNDAY: Present your video to the class

Sundays - September 22, 29, October 6, 13.
11 am to 3 pm (including lunch break)

Venue: Tribal Route
Cottage no 18,Aram Nagar 2, Versova Beach Road, Andheri West. ( Tel number Protected content

Note: You will need to bring your own camcorder and laptop.

Cost:Rs Protected content . 15th September is cut off date.
Register before 1st September to avail of an Early bird discount of Rs Protected content - (Rs 5,999)

Payments either at venue, Tribal Route
or deposit to the following account and email us the receipt to ' Protected content

Sapna Shahani
HDFC Bank, Porvorim, Goa branch
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IFSC - HDFC Protected content

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About the instructor Sapna Shahani

Sapna has been a web video journalist for over 10 years and has taught workshops in the US and India. She is the founder of the WAVE Project or Women Aloud Video blogging for Empowerment at Protected content for which she trained 50 young women from every state in India to make Protected content documentaries on social justice themes. Funded through an award from the MacArthur Foundation's Digital Media and Learning competition, the project won several international awards. She has created content for Discovery Channel Asia, Babble Fish/ Only Much Louder, MTV Desi & Iggy, UTV and Current TV, among others. A producer, director, scriptwriter and Final Cut Pro editor, she has studied media at leading media institutions like the Bay Area Video Coalition and San Francisco State University.

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